Dawat Independent Media Center (DIMC)
All about Afghanistan - Dawat Voice of New Afghanistan- dawatmedia@gmail.com   
Home FAQ RSS Links Site Map Contact
 
..:: Hot News:    
All News
News
Articles
Afghanistan
Pashtu and Pashtoons
Poems
Books
News Photos
Your comments
Pictures
Dawat and Contact
DAWAT TV

Newsletter
Your Name:
Your Email:
Submit

Poll

Vote for a candidate who will be the next president of Afghanistan. Please vote once

-----------
1. Zalamy Rasol
2. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai
3. Rahim Wardak
4. Hedayat Amin Arsala
5. A. Qayoum Karzai
6. Gul Agha Shirzai
7. Abdullah Abdullah
8. Qutbuddin Helal
9. Abdul Rab Rasol Sayaf
10. Nader Naeem
11. Non of them
12. Daoud Sultanzoai
Vote
 
Result

News
Articles
Afghanistan
Pashtu and Pashtoons
Poems
Books
News Photos
Your comments
Pictures
Dawat and Contact
DAWAT TV

 
All News 
Vote-Buying Already a Problem: IEC
Wednesday, 10.16.2013, 03:37pm

Over six months ahead of the spring vote, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) has already reported instances of vote-buying, especially in eastern provinces, citing it has a the biggest threat to the success of the elections other than security issues.


By: Bruce G. Richardson/ From the Bookshelf:
Wednesday, 10.16.2013, 03:15pm

A review: The Warlord: Abdur Rasheed Dostum, a Blood-Stained Chapter in the History of Afghanistan, Abdul Qadeer Muhajir. Lahore: Sana Printing Press, 1997.


Experts Say Baradar Released, But Under Supervision
Wednesday, 10.16.2013, 02:32pm

A number of Pakistani political and military experts have said that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban's former second-in-command, was in fact freed from imprisonment, but remains under close supervision by Pakistani security forces.


NDS Reveals Details of Jamal Assassination, Condemnations Flow
Tuesday, 10.15.2013, 03:35pm

Only a day after the assassination of Logar Governor Arsala Jamal, the National Directorate of Security's (NDS) investigation has already yielded shocking details about the incident. Meanwhile, Afghans and members of the international community alike have spoken up in condemnation of the attack.


Delimiting Premise, Discourse and Debate: Configuring the War-Narrative - Bruce G. Richardson
Wednesday, 10.09.2013, 10:44pm
During a press-conference in 2010, an Obama senior administration official said that the U.S. hasn’t seen a terrorist threat from Afghanistan “for the past seven or eight years.” 

By: Bruce G. Richardson / All the News Fit to Print…or Distortion of History
Friday, 10.04.2013, 11:37pm

The CIA owns everyone of significance in the major media…William Colby…former CIA Director



  + Afghanistan earn 2015 World Cup spot
  + By: Bruce G. Richardson /Certifiable War Criminals
  +  ‌By: Bruce G. Richardson/ Self (Super Power) Immunization from Investigation…
  + By: Bruce G. Richardson/Afghanistan, a Look to History
  + Afghan insurgents want peace deal, says ex-Taliban minister
  + Afghanistan Death Lists to end uncertainty of relatives
  + ‌By: Bruce G. Richardson/Pipeline Politics…A Mercantile War
  + Ex Taliban not satisfied with Afghanistan’s peace and reconciliation efforts/ By: Humayoon Babur
  + Taliban Militants Attack US Consulate in Afghanistan
  + By: Bruce G. Richardson/Historic Briefs: Incident at Farkhar


 
Events
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30      
April 2014

News in Pictures

Mr. Bruce G. Richardson sits in a room in his Charlestown home with some of his Afghanistan photographs on the walls

CHRISTINE CORRIGAN / The Sun


Advertisement

Hot News
By: Bruce G. Richardson - Delimiting Premise, Discourse and Debate: Configuring the War-Narrative
Afghanistan's Murky Choice /by: Ehsan Azari Stanizai
Afghanistan's children suffer as US pull-out leaves deadly firing ranges
The interview: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai on Afghanistan
Afghan probe begins in attack on AP journalists
By: Bruce G. Richardson - Russian Intrigue in Afghanistan
Karzai Is Trying to Keep His Sway After Term Ends

Search